Vintage Market Days of Western Connecticut

   We've partnered with Lynne Zemaitis from My Family Thyme to share with you an event that is perfect for anyone looking to remodel or redecorate a section of their home or just someone looking for a fun event to attend.

   Have you ever heard the phrase, “Everything old is new again?” This is especially true right now in home décor. With popular HGTV shows like Fixer Upper and Flea Market Flip, many people are looking to create a vintage-inspired farmhouse aesthetic in their own homes. The Vintage Market Days® is a franchised vintage event that recently came to Connecticut for the first time. During the weekend of May 4-6, the Harwinton Fair grounds was transformed into a charming, family friendly atmosphere with a variety of vendors, both local to our home state and from across the country.

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   The day was filled with treasure troves of antiques, food trucks, live music and the company of those just looking for their next great find. The sights of home décor enthusiasts, families and those simply looking for an enjoyable weekend activity coming together and supporting independently owned and operated small businesses was refreshing and truly inspiring. Jodi Rhoades has brought the event to Connecticut saying that, “I wanted to create an event that carried the true essence of what I love most about vintage, antiques, art and handmade treasures that I could share with my fellow treasure hunters; that is what Vintage Market Days® is all about.”

   Vintage Market Days® of West Connecticut is returning to Harwinton on October 26 the through the 28th , highlighting great independently owned businesses, such as Mad Dash Mixes, The Accidental Farmgirl Co., and 2 Sister’s Designs, all while still benefiting Prime Time House, Inc., a local non-profit organization that assists adults with mental illness in leading the most productive lives possible. Tickets for the upcoming event will be available in the near future. For more information, visit their website, which is linked below.